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Join our online debate and grill Chris Huhne, Energy & Climate
Minister just before he heads out to the UN climate talks in Durban,
South Africa to represent the UK.
Thursday 1 December, 7-8pm
Matthew Butcher from FairPensions on why UNICEF UK's recent much
talked about child well-being research strengthens the case for a Living
Tired mother Gaew is one of the thousands of people made homeless by
Thailand’s devastating floods. She waits with her chubby five-month-old
baby, Peem, outside a makeshift health clinic at Bangkok’s Phranakhon
Seven-year-old Ratnasunder lives with her grandparents and pet dogs in a
former classroom at an evacuation centre at Bang Kruai Nok Temple, in
Bangkok. For a child who had to flee her home in the face of
rising floodwaters, Ratnasunder seems happy and carefree. She smiles
broadly and lifts up one of the dogs, squeezing it tightly.
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